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's budget deficit texaco on gov. brown popularity the latest poll shows 43 percent of likely voters disapprove of his job performance 42 percent approved. the first on the majority has expressed disapproval of gov. brown. >>> the cyber attacks pulled off ice terrorists >>> a man breaks into a television station is personal problems that led to the outburst >>> a hungry shark that comes,,, >>> a firsthand look at a man and san francisco's mission district youtube video shows people tossing trash cans and breaking windows causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. this happened april 30th along valencia's street. protesters but aware from a pre mayday rally. police arrested one protester that night. to men who were gutted tv station recovering from injuries after being attacked by men in topeka, kansas. the man was upset because the tv station would not help him with problems with the veterans affairs. he is shown here again into a lobby and then being subdued. the suspect in custody. >>> u.s. officials say pakistan should release documents and a doctor who helped them catch
to shut down or sell >> governor brown will release his revised budget today in sacramento and based on a higher deficit than anticipated >> we are now facing a $16 billion hole, not $9 billion we thought >> he blames the higher deficit on a lower tax revenues and legal blocks to some planned cuts. he says further cuts to public education and public safety are not acceptable. fellow democrats say they will help sell his tax measures to voters >> between now and november, all of us will be a rather aggressive in talking about the importance of the governor's tax measure >> the measure could be a hard sell. boaters are resistant to increase taxes. at least three executives at j.p. morgan are expected to resign after bad trades cost the bank $2 billion. the shake-up follows an apology. jimmy diamond says he was wrong to ignore the warning signs that says the bank is in no danger of failing. >> we will still earn all lot of money this quarter so does not like the company is jeopardized. we hurt ourselves and our credibility and we need to pay the price collapse >> lawmakers to back the b
. governor brown and his pet dog along with pierce brosnan appeared at a pet coast or to promote the new plates. money for the sale would go for new spaying and neutering programs. spirit airlines is about to start charging passengers $100 for your carry-on baggage. it is for passengers to wait until they're at the gate to pay. bags that fit under the seats are still free. the new fee kicks in november the sixth and a lot of their tickets are less than $100. he may have seen this video before >> birds flying into and airplanes engines. the delta flight bound for l.a. had to make an emergency landing last month. the passenger who took the video got a warning from the faa, follow the rules or face a penalty. >> the plain pitches and i think it will roll over and i drop my ipad and grab my cell phone and i packed my wife 1063 is in trouble, i love you, i love the kids, because i thought this was the last flight i would be on >> the faa requires portable electronic devices to be turned off during critical phases of flight. it is supposed to prevent interference with the navigation and commun
at least a year. they've been hit by declining revenue and profits. governor brown is turning to the national media to emphasize the serious nature of the deficit. he tells cbs this morning it is critical for voters to pass his nov. tax measures and for the state to make some more budget cuts. >> we're going to start living within our means, something that has not truly happen for the better part of 30 years. >> it calls for a quarter cent sales tax increase and higher taxes for those who make more than a quarter million dollars per year. you can see more of the interview here on cbs five at 7:00 a.m.. the postal service has decided to close processing centers. congress remains deadlocked over how to help out. the plan is designed to save more than $2 billion per year. >> the last five weekends in a row, amazing. we will deliver again. it looks like we will see plenty of sunshine. today we start off with mostly clear skies with just a patch or two of fog along the coastline. the cooler start today because the skies have stayed clear. 47 degrees in santa rosa. 49 in san francis
in california, under gov. brown is revised budget plan your students would qualify for cal grant's. the chronicle reports the governor wants to tie the grants to federal pell grants that would limit the amount students can get. if congress does not pass a bill by july 1st interest rates on federal student loans will double. the senate appears to be deadlocked in a partisan battle. votes are coming mostly along party lines. >>> a once promising usc football star cleared of rape after five years behind bars. >>> he pleaded no contest to a charge of rape in 2002 rather than risking a 41 year sentence, his accuser has recanted his story and the conviction vacated. >>> i made never get the answers as to why i went through it but i know i am here today and remained unbroken. >>> bank said the accuser friend him on facebook and offered to help clear his name. >>> in major hurricane approaches mexico. >>> the device 20 times better for birth control than the pill. >>> lawmakers come up with a clever way to pad their pocket over the weekend. >>> unofficial kickoff to summer, when travel p
in the suits because that is where the plan to attend school. >> when governor brown announced big budget cuts he said it was the best he could do but most californians think otherwise. our poll found 58 percent of california voters disapprove of the job he's doing as governor. the do agree with him on how to fix the budget mess. 54 percent say they support his initiatives to raise state sales tax and increase taxes on the wealthy. facebook will help california's financial mess. the state could make more than $2 billion of taxes thanks to the big ipo for facebook coming up. the web site has lost general motors as a customer. the automaker says it is not seen much paying for the buck in its advertising on facebook. >> too dangerous to fly? >> the fighter jet that pilots are scared to get into >> house a bay area mcdonald's is taking healthy fast food to an entirely new level >> a fis,,,,,,,,,, ♪ strea-ea-ea-ea-eam ♪ stream, stream, stream... ♪ strea-ea-ea-ea-eam ♪ stream, stream, stream... ♪ when i want you... ♪ ...in my arms... ♪ when i want you... ♪ ...and all your charms...
brown's past tax hike initiative to protect schools and public safety is now beginning to take shape he submitted the first of more than a million signatures to the registrar of voters yesterday this comes a week after he announced it collected enough signatures to qualify the measure for the november ballot. the governor may clear the plan is crucial to balance in the state budget. >>> protect public safety and get california on a solid fiscal footing for the first time in 10 years. >>> we're getting there is, to take longer than november. >>> the state is facing a $9.2 billion budget deficit but that is expected to change on monday when the governor estimates as mayor of vision. >>> its shoddy finances that the state comptroller wants to find out john cheung says he's asked for dozens of documents but only if he were found his request to meet with staff were often ignored or canceled the mayor says the comptroller is just politicking. >>> tonight our city clerk said that we provided the auditors that were here. the two boxes of documents that went through those 52 boxes and reque
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